Chris Dorner & Jake England: Mass Murderers or Folk Heroes?
With all of the support given to Chris Dorner after his murder spree I find myself looking for a person I can call a hero for “standing up for himself”. I found him in Tulsa, Oklahoma of all places. The Tulsa story didn’t get the same publicity Dorner garnered but the story is essentially the same. Dorner is in the process of being canonized by leftists across this nation for murdering people who had nothing to do with his firing from the Los Angeles Police Department over questions of conduct. I don’t know for sure why he was fired, and no one probably ever will know as the truth won’t be allowed to see the light of day. The Los Angeles Police Department will cover their tracks and whitewash the affair, as will supporters of the actions taken by Dorner. No one cares what the truth is, only that their side wins. It doesn’t help that the LAPD took to tossing a hail of bullets at anyone driving a pickup truck in California without bothering to find out who was in the vehicle, but that is another issue.
The fact of the matter is that Dorner is a mass murderer, plain and simple. There is NO excuse that can be made to justify what he did, or is there? I find the justifying circumstances in the Tulsa case I mentioned to actually be more valid and horrendous than in Dorner’s but the killer here isn’t being made into a folk hero. WHY, you ask??? I will get to that in a bit. Right now, let’s review the Dorner case.
Dorner was fired from the LAPD, ostensibly, for reporting the misconduct of another officer, breaking the “code of silence” imposed on law enforcement. Not unlike the “code of silence” imposed by the Mafia and their subordinate and successive gangs is it? This goes back and forth enough to make one’s head spin. I heard a blip on television of Marc Lamont Hill, a “professor” at Columbia University, actually calling Dorner a hero. I don’t understand why any television “news” outlet would put this simple-minded racist, Marc Lamont Hill, on the air and allow him to spout the trash he spouts. It also boggles my mind that this quack is teaching kids, or rather indoctrinating them. Hill called Dorner a “modern day Django”. Django, it seems, is a movie about a black man “having fun killing white people”. To “Professor” Hill, Dorner is a hero for going out and killing white people who had nothing to do with his situation. Sure, that makes perfect sense. After all, killing white people because they are white is not a racial hate crime is it? Every childhood movie hero of mine made his fame by killing innocent bystanders because of the color of their skin, yeah right!!!!
Now back to the Tulsa killings in April, 2012. Jake England should also be considered heroes by “Professor” Hill. They went out and avenged the senseless murder of England’s father by a black man. England killed blacks because a black man killed his father. Seems perfectly rational when you go by the “Professor” Hill theory!!!! All England did was “avenge” a wrong done to he and his family. Since a black man committed the offense, black people, not anyone in particular just any black person, should pay the price of revenge.
According to the standard set by “Professor” Hill and all of the other left-wing nuts, any action taken is acceptable if justified by “having been wronged” by a group or class of people. The little caveat of “while I don’t condone killing innocent people” just doesn’t quite work for me when it is tacked on in front of praising a mass murderer. “I don’t condone killing innocents” either but England suffered much more than Dorner, and by Hill’s theory, had even more justification to commit the acts he committed. It shouldn’t matter that the five people he shot had nothing to do with his father’s murder, they were black and that should be enough, using the “Professor” Marc Lamont Hill theory.
Our Republic is going downhill fast, due in part to the kind of rationale shown by “Professor” Hill and the other nuts who justify Dorner’s actions. There is always a perfectly rational explanation for anything that is done by a black person or a Marxist with a “cause”. If Timothy McVeigh had been black or a leftist he would have been hailed by the left as a “modern day whoever” for killing innocent civilians as revenge for the actions of Janet Reno and Bill Clinton in the Ruby Ridge (Randy Weaver and family) and Waco (Branch Davidian) murders. I don’t remember any conservative applauding McVeigh for killing 168 people, including many children, who had absolutely nothing to do with either of the Janet Reno murder scenes. McVeigh is simply considered a mass murderer by people from both political spectrums, as he should be.
People getting on television and trying to justify the unjustifiable due to a particular political spin is reprehensible, to coin a word popular with liberal/progressives. Cold blooded murder is not justifiable under any circumstances yet we find justification every time a liberal/progressive supported group or person commits any horrendous act.
This “my side is always right” attitude we see from the left is destructive in more ways than one. It justifies bad behavior on any scale by using a false flag argument that revenge is acceptable when the cause is one they agree with. We are seeing the left condone the use of drones to kill American citizens who have a belief in the Founding Fathers and the Constitution of the United States of America because they don’t like anyone to the right of Marxism.
The difference between the Dorner and England cases is miniscule in the commission of crimes but vast in the reaction from those who seek to destroy liberty in America. To use a cartoon I saw a few days ago, “taking away my guns for a crime committed by someone else is like taking my car away because someone in another state drove drunk”. There is another one about the neighbors and the number of kids they have but I won’t use it. I don’t drink alcohol and I don’t go on murder sprees so why should I be punished for the crimes of others? The attitude of the left is one of subjugation to their agenda and this is no different.
February 19, 2013